How to Turn Off Gizmodo's NSFW Content (Or Any Other Stuff)

We've mentioned this a few times before, but with new readers stopping by all the time, these tips get lost in the mix. Regardless, you too can turn off Gizmodo content in our feed, from NSFW to Apple. » 10/12/09 11:25am 10/12/09 11:25am

Net Neutrality Shouldn't Extend to Illegal Acts, Says FCC Comissioner

One of the FCC's five commissioners, Jonathan Adelstein, said during a recent symposium on FCC Internet Video Policy that the FCC's rules shouldn't permit "illegal acts." Sure, illegal downloading is a serious problem, especially if you're a copyright-holding movie studio. But does that mean the FCC is actually… » 3/20/08 9:20am 3/20/08 9:20am

RIAA Wants Your Anti-Virus Software to Screen Your Downloads for…

Content filter version one: A massive, network-wide dragnet. Not really feeling that Big Bro deal, even though RIAA chief Cary Sherman says it "doesn't give any privacy concerns because it can operate automatically and anonymously"? It's cool, there's a better approach: A locally installed filter on your… » 2/07/08 1:25pm 2/07/08 1:25pm

Verizon Says F-U To Hollywood Piracy Snitching

Hollywood wants ISPs such as Verizon to help filter and block the illegal transfer of copyrighted content. Unlike AT&T, Verizon is telling Hollywood to kiss its ass. Verizon EVP of Public Affairs Tom Tauke says they won't consider Hollywood's call to action for three reasons. » 2/05/08 10:45pm 2/05/08 10:45pm